Kodak Easyshare V570 Review

May 3, 2006 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | 3 Comments |

Kodak Easyshare V570The Kodak Easyshare V570 is a 5 megapixel digital camera with a difference - it has two lenses rather than the usual one. The V570 is the first Kodak camera to feature the company’s Dual Lens Technology, offering a fixed focal lens of 23mm and a second zoom lens of 39-117mm for a total 5X optical zoom range. In addition the Kodak V570 has a 2.5 inch LCD screen, 180-degree panorama mode, advanced video with built-in image stabilization and 22 different scene modes, all in a body less than an inch thick. Read my review to find out if the Kodak V570 can fulfill its potential.

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#1 GARY POGODA

Judging from the image quality shots, the V570 is just a bit too noisy
to suit my purposes. However, I have noticed that the latest crop of
6 megapixel CCDs have been generally less noisy than the previous
crop of 5 megapixel CCDs (possibly due to better microlenses), so I
still have my hopes up for the V610.

Looking forward to your V610 review, and possibly some discussion
as to how it stacks up against the Panasonic TZ1 you reviewed. :)

4:09 pm - Tuesday, May 2, 2006

#2 phule

[[(possibly due to better microlenses)]]

Where do you come up with this stuff, Gary?

5:23 pm - Saturday, May 6, 2006

#3 GARY POGODA

Deep trance channeling, although I'm sure you already knew that.

7:15 pm - Saturday, May 6, 2006